Have you been following any of the drama about the Grammys this year? Sure, it’s not at the level of the Oscars, but these things are going to be an absolute disaster? No Ariana. No Kendrick. No Drake. No Childish. Instead we’re stuck with the living hell that will be Post Malone performing with The Red Hot Chili Peppers—truly a collaboration conceived in Satan’s asshole. Not even Lady Gaga, St. Vincent, or Alicia Keys can save this mess.
Because this event somehow remains a musical institution, some people will tune in to watch this like one would slow down in traffic to see a car wreck. At this point, watching the Grammys is somewhat voyeuristic. And if that’s you? Here’s how to do it.The event takes place on Sunday, February 10 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. If you don’t have cable like the rest of us millennials, the Grammys are streaming on the CBS All Access platform (website and app). You don’t need cable but you do need a CBS All Access subscription, which includes a one week trial. (If you’re like me, you signed up for it to watch the Super Bowl and will be paying five American dollars after that free week is up to watch the Grammys. Not worth it, in my opinion!) If you have YouTube TV, you can watch the Grammys on mobile, tablet, computer, or smart TV with Roku, Apple TV, and Xbox One.Maybe you don’t care to watch Post Malone win a Grammy and are just in it for the hot lewks. If that’s the case, then E! is airing a red carpet special beginning at 6 p.m. ET with hosts Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic.